Seasonal phenology of Halictus ligatus inferred from weekly pan trap samples at six sites at Brock University and the adjacent Glenridge Quarry Naturalization Site in 2006. Week 1 was the last week of April, and week 11 was the first week of July.

  Part of: Richards MH, Onuferko TO, Rehan SM (2015) Phenological, but not social, variation associated with climate differences in a eusocial sweat bee, Halictus ligatus, nesting in southern Ontario. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 43: 19-44.